Didigua nana Kobes, 1988, Heterocera Sumatrana, 2: 97.
Didigua nana Kobes; Kobes, 1997: 151.
Diagnosis. This is the smallest Bornean member of the genus, the forewing
fasciae greenish on a typically grey ground, but diagnostically expanding at the
costa, the postmedial green often being divided there by a narrow grey central
Geographical range. Sumatra, Peninsular Malaysia, Borneo.
Habitat preference. Ten specimens have been taken. Three are from the
lowlands of Brunei: coastal forest; dry heath forest at 15m; dipterocarp forest
at 300m, and two are from lower montane forest on G. Mulu. Three are from
lowland dipterocarp forest at Barito Ulu, Kalimantan. The final two (in USNM)
are from 20km east of Telupid in Sabah.
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